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Date:10/30/2014 9:56:23 PM
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Oh Happy Day~
I have Luca~Kisses on my face!!

I'm really sorry about all the gloom that beens hanging out your place these past months. Ugh, how heavy that must feel. Wouldn't it be awesome if your mom's trip to sunny Florida could honest and truly brighten things up for her again! Sometimes a little time away is the magic trick that's needed. Of course that always involves us birdies being left behind but if our moms come back with a new spring in their step, then it was worth it.

So you've been really lovey~dovey with your mom lately, huh? I'd be happy to be that with mine if I could just wedge myself in between all the other birds around here who are feeling the same way. Even Alfie, the shy about love Amazon has taken to begging for head scritches and nuzzling. My beak about dropped open when I saw that guy rubbing his head on mom's shoulder and actually enjoying a neck rub! He's never allowed mom to touch him like that before. It's all not good news for me as it only means I have more competition for mom's affections. My only advantage is that as a conure, I one of the few who gets shoulder time. *Kirby sticks his tongue out at Kelly and RaneBeau.* You're a sweetie to help wipe away your mom's tears. No wonder she's feeling a little better.

Thank you for your kind words about the loss of our frother Mozart. That was definitely a downer day. Mom was feeling awful for maybe doing the wrong thing in allowing a physically challenged parrot so much freedom, thinking that if he'd be in his cage, he wouldn't have fallen to his death and would still be with us. But time has allowed her to accept that that would've been terrible for Mo. He loved to be out and about! He hung on his door with great anticipation from the moment mom would walk in the room in the morning. He knew that being on the door would get him swung out when the latch was hit. While he liked to give mom a bad time, he was learning that the longer he resisted the urge to chase after her, the longer he got to stay out and play. With time, mom was hoping to truly convince this precious parrot that not all humans were as bad as the ones that had hurt him in early years. I think that's the hardest part of losing Mo; that chance was cut short. It's this flock's honor to have been given the chance to provide Mo with at least a year's worth of love and entertainment. We'll always miss that little guy. Thank you again, Luca, for your compassion, and that gentle hug you shared. Amazing how a hug can make one feel better, huh?

Before I go I want to make sure you know there's no need to ask forgiveness for your time away. Not one little bit. I know times have been tough for your family. It's I that should be asking for forgiveness in not being HERE more often to at least share a hug of encouragement. My mom has some apologizing to do for not getting me here more often!

As always, through thick and thin, I'm yours!

K~X~L (That's a BIG KISS 'cause I'm so
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